From cocoa to mining, cotton to banking, shipping to computing: across all industries companies are investing in the sustainability of their supply chains for the planet, for people and for communities.
Many companies struggle to demonstrate the impact of their sustainability investments. This starts with credible data. You have spent the money, but did your sustainability initiative reach its goals? Are people better off? Is production more environmentally sustainable? To what extent have working conditions improved? Too often there are no answers.
We work with people in local communities: the cocoa farmers you try to lift out of poverty; the residents of the rural mining village where you are constructing a road.
Our technology empowers them to collect data and to take ownership of solutions to improve their lives. The people at the base of your supply chain deliver the data you need because it works for them.
It’s good for them and it’s good for you.
More and more companies report sustainability numbers but are they making a difference? They may have spent x amount of money or trained people for y hours, but what impact did that have? What is really behind the numbers?
It’s hard to compare different companies, especially when absolute numbers will obviously be higher for larger companies than smaller ones. This leaves investors in the dark when trying to compare apples to apples.
Our solution: verifiable, comparable and industry-specific outcome data, in real-time.
We provide dashboards that allow investors to compare apples to apples on Environmental, Social and Governance outcomes, such as:
Graphs for illustrative purposes only. Based on real but incomplete data.
We have analysed sustainability and annual reports in key industries. We have found that they do not report enough on the outcomes of sustainability efforts. Our aim is to help companies be strategic and impactful in their reporting on sustainability.
You can download our free reports:
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Quote from our CEO Fredrik Galtung in The Guardian’s long read "Is fair trade finished?"
“If Fairtrade producers could show that their farmers were 10 or 20 years younger on average ... that would be a massive advantage. But we’re unable to see all this.”
In a podcast with Break the Chain, Fredrik spoke about inputs and outputs versus outcomes and impact.
Fredrik was interviewed by The New Ism, talking about how bottom-up measurement and empowerment is key in sustainability.
Quote from Mining Weekly on TrueFootprint’s mining industry Scorecard:
“governments, investors and customers have no way at present of assessing the effectiveness of key business sustainability investments, which means that some companies are not getting credit for the work they are doing and the social and economic value they create.”
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